Do you love coloring in Unicorns and working with children with learning disabilities? If so, Project- Eye to Eye may be the right place for you next year! Project Eye to Eye a national non-profit based out of new york city. Project Eye-To-Eye’s mission is to improve the life of every person with a learning disability. They fulfill their mission by using a mentoring program that uses an art-based curriculum to help every child fulfill their potential. Art is very powerful and can remove a child’s barriers to learning: there are neither rules nor expected outcomes.
Come join us on Friday Afternoon in front of Usdan for a SAND-ART PARTY. Don’t know what that is? Come check it out!
Date: Friday, May 4
Time: 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Place: Usdan Courtyard
Maggie Cohen ’12 writes in:
Missed the first workshop a couple of weeks ago? Here’s a second opportunity to learn and discuss with other active individuals on communication and healthy relationships. Join us for a lively discussion about building and maintaining healthy relationships. Through self-reflection, movement and skills-building, clarify your needs in relationships and learn how to set boundaries and manage conflict.
Date: Wednesday, May 2
Time: 7 pm – 9 pm
Place: Usdan 110
Julie Platt ’12 wants your soda bottles:
Wesleyan Science Outreach, a club on campus striving towards bringing science into children’s lives, is working on a project. Did you have a big party this weekend? Or just like drinking two-liter bottles of soda on your spare time? If so, donate your empty two-liter bottles to Science Out Reach!
Your soda-drinking ways will be helping children learn science. Look for bins that are located around campus! If you have any more questions, please contact Julie at jrplatt(at)wesleyan(dot)edu.
Whooooo! Don’t you love some good ol’ child-helping?
[Edit: pyrotechnics 10:36pm 4.9.2012]
Preparing for a group presentation? A job/internship interview? Just want to learn how to speak up in class more often and more effectively? Come take the Peer Advisors’ Public Speaking Workshop tonight at 7pm in Allbritton 103. Free Snacks!
- Date: Tuesday, March 27
- Time: 7 pm
- Place: Allbritton 1023
Codified following student demand for an administrative response to sexual violence, the SART intern plays a multifunctional role in preventing, responding and educating the Wesleyan community about sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking. The SART intern provides trained peer support to help students navigate on- and off-campus resources and judicial processes. The intern also serves as a liaison among administrative and student groups engaged in sexual assault prevention and response initiatives.
Application and job description at: here! DEADLINE: By 5pm, Friday, March 30.
Please submit application to Alysha Warren (awarren@wes) and contact Alysha or the current SART intern, Maggie Cohen ’12 (mrcohen@wes) with any questions.
A Bar Night pregame that has impact on more than just your kitchen table. Enter Habitat for Humanity & Beta’s Beer Pong Tournament by purchasing a $5 ticket at Pi during lunch this Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. The ticket guarantees you a spot in the tournament this Wednesday from 8:30-11pm at the Nest, as well as discounted beer/drinks, free wings & prizes. We’ll also be raffling off a Jeremy Lin jersey & Portero will be supplying the beatz. 21+ to enter.
Date: Wednesday, February 29
Time: 8:30-11:00 p.m.
Place: The Nest
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Interested in social entrepreneurship? Just want to see what this new Patricelli Center is all about? Come to Allbritton 311 this Friday (2/17) at 6pm for a talk and Q&A with Sasha Chanoff ’94, founder of Refuge Point followed by a reception and refreshments.
Date: Friday, February 17
Time: 6 pm
Welcome Back Reception for the Class of 2012 in the Daniel Family Commons
Join us as we kick off our last spring semester at Wes! Enjoy wine & hors d’oeuvres courtesy of Megan Norris ’83. Mingle, catch up, have a toast with Dean Whaley & learn more about the Seniors of Wesleyan Annual Gift (SWAG).
Please consider making a donation to SWAG—all funds go toward a scholarship for one member of the Class of 2016. As we strive to meet our goal of $15,000, every dollar matters. Donate at the event or now at give.wesleyan.edu
Date: Tonight, 1/27/11
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Place: Daniel Family Commons
Studying or writing papers and need a break? Come to the Woodhead Lounge and buy a delicious warm grilled cheese. Proceeds go to Wes Habitat for Humanity. Foods go to your belly.
Check out the Facebook event here.
Date: TONIGHT, December 4th
Place: Woodhead Lounge
If you are a senior who only wants to buy a ticket to the November 16th Senior Event or a guest of a senior, then come get your Guest Pass this week during Usdan lunch. Monday through Thursday from 12-2 the class council will be selling Guest Passes. Sales are first come, first serve and only 30 will be sold–so hurry over! The guest pass is priced at $40 and can only be paid in CASH or CHECK. Just a reminder that there are only 30 Guest Passes and your guest must be 21+ of age. Don’t forget it’s a 1920’s/Great Gatsby themed event!
When: Monday Nov. 7-Thursday Nov. 10
Time: 12 p.m.-2 p.m.